Avoiding Plagiarism

Step 0: Original text: Elementary, middle, and high schools with large proportions of racial minority and poor children are far more likely to employ underqualified, uncertified teachers, and new teachers at such schools are less likely to stick around long enough to get good at their jobs.

Step 1: Plagiarize: Elementary, middle, and high schools with large proportions of racial minority and poor children are far more likely to employ underqualified, uncertified teachers, and new teachers at such schools are less likely to stick around long enough to get good at their jobs.

Step 2: Plagiarize: Schools with large proportions of  minority and poor children are likely to employ underqualified, uncertified teachers, and new teachers at such schools are less likely to stick around long enough to become good at their jobs.

Step 3: Plagiarize: Schools with large proportions of  minority and poor children are likely to employ underqualified, uncertified teachers, and new teachers at such schools are less likely to stick around long enough to become good at their jobs (Eaton, 240).

Step 4: Properly paraphrase: Susan Eaton, author of The Children in Room E4,
suggests that schools that have a high population of racially minority students and students of poverty, will hire new faculty that have little experience teaching (Eaton,240)

Step 5: Properly paraphrase: Susan Eaton, author of The Children in Room E4,
suggests that schools that have a high population of racially minority students and students of poverty, will hire new faculty that have little experience teaching. The text states, “High-poverty schools are more prone to neglect and interruption of work on curriculum and teaching methods” (Eaton, 240).

Work Cited:

Eaton, Susan E. The Children in Room E4: American Education on Trial. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin of Chapel Hill, 2007. Print.

 

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One Response to Avoiding Plagiarism

  1. A better way to write part 4 would be:
    Susan Eaton, author of The Children in Room E4,suggests that schools that have a high population of racial minority students and students of poverty will hire new faculty that have little experience teaching (Eaton, 240).

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